Royal Enfield’s 650cc platform is fantastic. It is responsible for putting the oldest continuous-production motorcycle manufacturer in the world back on the map in the form of the 650 Twins, i.e., the Interceptor 650 and Continental GT 650.
One of the best things about the Royal Enfield 650 Twins, apart from the 650cc parallel-twin engine, is their simple construction which enables people to easily customise the motorcycles as per their taste and imagination. We’ve seen several tastefully modified Continental GT 650s turned into vintage cafe racers and track bikes. On the other hand, many enthusiasts have modified their Interceptor 650s into a Scrambler.
Today, we’ve come across one such customised Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 that features minimal modifications and still looks very tempting for a Scrambler. This build is created by Moto Classic House located in Latvia and it’s called the Interceptor MCH Scrambler.
As you must have noticed that the Interceptor MCH Scrambler features a pair of aftermarket Zard exhausts which is inspired by the American Flat Track racing machines. They are 12 kg lighter than the stock dual-exhausts. Moto Classic House has also remapped the ECU to extract the most out of the Zard pipes. To further enhance the Scrambler look, a set of knobbier Michelin Anakee tyres have been installed.
This Royal Enfield Scrambler 650 has several other custom parts such as tank grips, front brake and clutch levers, headlight cover, luggage rack, handlebar. Moto Classic House has also used many official Royal Enfield accessories for the Interceptor 650 like the fly screen, bash plate, touring mirrors, fork gaiters, and bar-ends.
Overall, the Interceptor MCH Scrambler looks fabulous. Only 10 units of this motorcycle have been built and, unfortunately, they are available only at the Royal Enfield Latvia dealership for EUR 9,380 (AED 38,902).